Tuesday, February 14, 2012

CRE Prices in 2017?

CREConsole posted a summary and links to the full report here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

On balance, I can see this as possible / reasonable for an index that is nationwide and tracks many different property types. The picture gets a bit more cloudy once drilling down into different locations and property types; core assets in 'gateway cities', in my opinion, will be trading above their pre-crash peaks sooner than later, regardless of what absurd rent growth assumptions are needed. There is just too much cash chasing these assets, while other assets, like a half leased suburban office building outside of dallas or chicago, won't be touched with a ten foot pole.